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Resealing a UK Grant of Probate in New Zealand

If a person from England or Wales (or any commonwealth country) dies owning assets located in New Zealand, whether it is property, land, money in a New Zealand bank account or shares in a New Zealand company, the person entitled to deal with their estate (the executor or administrator) is required...

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Migrating to New Zealand

Looking for sunnier skies, less crowded streets and the possibility of commuting to work in less than 15 minutes? If this sounds like you, migrating to New Zealand is certainly worth considering. But how does one go about jumping ship to the Land of the Long White Cloud? Although there are various...

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Buying a Home in New Zealand – The process explained

So, you’ve decided to move to New Zealand have you? Good on ya! You won’t regret it. Next step. Finding somewhere to live. The process of buying a house in New Zealand is similar to that in the UK. Essentially, the process can be broken down into five stages: Stage 1 - The Search During stage...

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